When: Saturday, October 21st from 10:00am-1:00pm
Where: Clyde Church of Christ 209 South 4th
What: Any person needing help with physical/mental health issues, financial issues, drug/alcohol dependence, after school child care, or disability issues
Some of the agencies that will be present: Alliance for Women and Childrem, Betty Hardwick Center, Christians Against Substance Abuse, Love and Care Ministries, the Noah Project, and many more
All juniors, seniors, and their parents are welcome to attend the Clyde High School FAFSA (federal aid for college) night on Monday, October 30th from 6-7:30pm in the Clyde High School cafeteria. If you are interested in attending post-secondary (after high school) education, it’s very important that you get this information. We look forward to seeing you there! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call or email Mindy Broadfoot or Carrie Conner.
Deadline: December 1
DAR Good Citizens scholarship contest is available to CHS seniors. Come see Ms. Conner for a list of rules and the application. There are two parts to this scholarship contest. Part I consists of the student describing how he/she has tried to manifest the qualities of a good citizen. This part may be completed at home and is to be submitted together with a grade transcript and two letters of recommendation. Part II is a timed essay to be administered under the supervision of a faculty or DAR member. It must be completed in one setting, within a two-hour time limit, and without assistance or reference materials. Each state winner receives $250, national winners will receive $500 and two national winners will be invited to Washington, DC to attend Continental Congress and be awarded $5,000.
Deadline: November 15, 2017 Amount: $40,000 with additional benefits (study abroad, Schwab brokerage account, and free workshops)
**Graduating with the class of 2018
**3.50 GPA or higher
**23 or higher on the ACT or 1,200 or higher on the SAT
**Enrolling in a four year college or university in the fall semester following high school graduation
**Must complete the FAFSA in 2017 and EFC must be less than $6,500
**Must apply for eligible federal and state grants
The Honors Preview for those interested in the Honors Program is on Friday, November 10, and our full Fall Preview day is on Saturday, November 11. Click here to register for either one or both events.
Students who have signed up to take the PSAT test on Wednesday need to bring $15 to the front office NO LATER THAN TUESDAY, OCT 10th.
MSU is hosting their fall Mustangs Rally open house for prospective students on Saturday, October 28 at Ligon Coliseum. Check-in will begin at 9:30am and the event will end around 1:30pm. We will provide lunch as well. You can register for the event at www.mwsu.edu/admissions/mustangsrally.
The goal of our Insight Business Visit Day Program is to familiarize you with degree program requirements and admission procedures for the McCoy College of Business Administration, while giving you a feel for what it is like to be a Bobcat on our beautiful campus. For more information, please call the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at 512-245-2364 or the Welcome Center at 512-245-8871. Sessions dates are October 13 and November 17. To RSVP click the following link
We will be administering the ACT test to a group of students Tuesday, October 3rd. Students need to:
report at 7:30am
bring #2 pencils
bring a calculator (If they don’t already have one, they can check one out from the math dept)
bring their driver’s license if they have one
leave their cell phone in their car, locker, or with Ms. Conner or Mrs. Broadfoot
Thank you to Mrs. Kingston, Mr. Fuqua, and Mrs. Clower for helping us administer the test! Good luck, students 🙂
If you are attending a college in Austin, College Station, or Denton, Texas, and you will be living OFF campus, then you may want to apply for this scholarship. TSHA Scholarship are available to Tx High School graduating seniors, community college attendees, and university upper classmen who have previously graduated from a Texas High School. You must provide an official high school transcript and (if applicable) an official university transcript. An SAT or ACT score is required.
You may pick up the application form in Ms. Conner’s office.